Junior Compliance Officer Junior Compliance Officer …

Non-disclosed
in London, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 16 Jan 21
£50,000
Non-disclosed
in London, United Kingdom
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 16 Jan 21
£50,000
We are retained by a highly reputable, long only investment boutique based in London. Our client, a leading Fund Manager with an extensive track record of superior performance is looking to add a junior compliance officer to their compliance team. The business seek to hire a junior level individual with a background in compliance who can support the existing team, whilst also contributing to the development and automation of processes through exceptional IT skills.

Intellectual curiosity and a strong learning capability are essential to success in this role, which offers the opportunity to develop your career within compliance whilst applying and further advancing your fluency with new and familiar systems, as the team redesigns and automates their processes. The role will enable you to develop a deep knowledge of wholesale trading, in a highly sophisticated working environment. 

  • Carrying out compliance monitoring programme of policies and procedures on a quarterly basis.
  • Monitoring: Investment decisions and constraints set out in client IMA’s and Prospectuses and where applicable UCITs requirements. Best Execution Alerts and Market Abuse Alerts via the Firm Transaction Cost Analysis System and escalating issues to the Compliance Officer
  • Maintaining Firm compliance timetable
  • Liaising and responding to requests with the Depositary and Regulatory Authorities when required.
  • Assisting with AML/TFC monitoring and due diligence.
  • Assisting with the maintenance of the Firms Risk Control Matrix.
  • Daily reporting of investment restrictions
  • Assisting Compliance Officer with on-line filings to regulatory authorities and other ad hoc reporting requirements.

Key Competencies 

  • Experience of working within a regulatory risk and compliance function of an FCA authorised organisation, preferably within a “buy side” Firm.
  • Understanding UCITS, AML/CFT law requirements.
  • Keeping up to date with and understanding relevant laws and regulations.
  • Proactive with the ability to problem solve and use own initiative
  • Strong computer skills including Excel
  • Knowledge of financial data databases such as Bloomberg and Factset
  • Strong product knowledge
  • Expert client facing skills and customer service 
  • Monitoring Experience of Investment Restrictions, Best Execution and Market Abuse Required.
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